Why Cracking Down on Sex Sites Won’t Stop Traffickers

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Backpage.com was shut down by the Feds last Spring. Photo by edkohler via Flickr

California’s suit against the owners of Backpage.com is the latest example of attempts to go after sites that provide cover for sex traffickers. But eliminating them from the Web will make it more difficult for authorities to track exploiters of women and minors . . .

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